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know who was holding the gun when it went over. >> good evening everyone i'm natasha brown. this shooting has sent shock waves throughout the kensington community as friend and family grapple with the loss of a little girl they loved so much. alexandria hof is life at police headquarters with new information i think the case for us. alex. >> reporter: the mother's boyfriend is inside of police headquarters right now. he had been wanted for questioning all evening. police say the gun that killed his child was his but that it was likely in the hands of a four year old victim's five year old sibling. there's nothing quite as painful as having to use a child's name in past tense. >> she was a great loving little girl. she was full of life. she was always willing to help. she was a big sister to her little brother. she was always, she was just very -- >> reporter: the godmother of
four year old, the child known by many who loved her as tie tie just two 30 p.m. the young victim was pronounced dead the result of a gunshot the 200 block of may field street. >> is that is crazy. >> reporter: those closes to the family say the four year old girl had four sisters and three brothers and lived in the home with her mother and father. >> we heard all this noise out back. >> reporter: plenty of potential for a future that is now no more. >> reporter: i spoke with family of the child's mother tara, her aunt told me over the phone several months ago she played a call after hearing he received threats and bought weapons into the home. she told me i called to beg tara to get the kids out of that house and then this is the call i get together. reporting live from police headquarters alexandria hoff eyewitness news news.
>> such a sad heart breaking story. we got breaking news, firefighters are on the scene owe apartment complex fire inning pine hill academy count, from the mansion apartments on branch avenue. at least onely is en gulfed in flames. the td fire grew to three alarms before they brought it under control just about 30 minutes ago. there are only minor injuries and the cause is still under investigation. family and friends rehe is lease balloons in the air to remember david in west kensington today. that's where the two year old little boy was struck and killed by a hit and run driver at lehigh a year ago. his mother was injured trying to protect him. and hundreds walk for peace in north philadelphia. the peaceful demonstration started just before noon. they made their way to city hall. they were joined by police commissioner richard ross the one day at a time group
organized this walk their goal is to help stop violence and show people they care and are in partnership with the pleases and community. it was a gorgeous day in philadelphia today. now we're going to be dealing with frost apparently coming out of nowhere. lauren casey is in our weather center. you have been tracking this. its coming from somewhere. coming from our nice weather high pressure in control, clear skies, light winds, help warm us up during the day. em t p chars start to plummet. we've seen the trend last couple of nice warm during the day chilly at night. started off at 41 degrees 20s in ac bottoms out at 34 degrees this morning pin allentown. temperatures rebounded under all that sunshine what a difference a week makes. high temperature last saturday 43 degrees. 67 the high temperature today. a beautiful day under all of that sunshine. current in philly is 50 degrees. we're at 44 down the shore. 47 degrees in the poconos with
those temperatures dropping off we have a frost advisory for a large portion of the area that runs until 8:00 tomorrow morning. if you have spring planters outside you want to bring them in so they are not zoo acceptable to the cold tonight. we'll talk about that plus a near 80 dry taken the forted cast and all that's coming up. >> that sounds good. thank you lauren, we'll see you soon. flyers post season it is not sounding good not getting off to a great start. the orange and black lost again in washington handing the capital game two two series game lead. we're going to bring in pat gallen. bad news. >> the flyers are dealing with a very talented capitals team and doing it without top defensive forward. the caps grab the lead in the first period with john carl son being mason to make it one nothing. once again the flyers were
playing from behind. caps up two nothing, took awhile for the flyers to finally get on the board. there that cuts the lead in half. however the capitals just too much yet again the flyers lose game two four to one. that goal should have tied it coming up in sports we will show you one after worse goals you will ever see. actually maybe the worse playoff goal ever in the history of the nhl that bad. we got full highlights ahead as there now down two games to one. >> that's an awesome tease i'm sticking around. south street bridge lit up in orange tonight in honor of the flyers special flyers also displayed on the bridge. now, its one of the buildings in the city lit up in flier colors as they try to bring home the stanley k let's go flyers. now, leetle switch gears a basement talking about campaign 2016 news presidential
candidates are battling it out over who will serve as delegates at the national convention. today cruz asked republicans for their vote as they gather to choose 14 delegates to send to the republican convention. trump denounced delegate selection process during a rally in syracuse just ahead of to you's new york primary. >> you can have a rough july at that convention. you better get going, and you better straighten out the system. because, the people want their vote. >> it's easy to talk about making america great again, but the real questions understand the principals and values that made america great in the first place. >> i don't think there's been a more important consequential election in quite some time because you could not have a bigger difference. a bigger difference between us and the republicans led by donald trump and today cruz.
>> democratic front runner hillary clinton spoke to supporters during a rally at a college in los angeles. we are now a hundred days away from the democratic national convention in philadelphia. party officials joined mayor jim kenney and former governor ed rendell at the national constitution center for an update on represent rations they say the host committee is ready to make the convention a success after months and months of planning. meantime hawaii congress wasn't the bernie sanders campaign hosted a town hall meeting in northern liberties today. senate into time and time again we talk about the cost of war and that if we can't afford to take care of our veterans we shouldn't be sending them to war. we've talked about the consequences of these decisions that leaders in washington make that very directly impact every single one of you. >> congress woman as a major in hawaiian army national guard and deployed twice in support fovea
global war other than terror 82 jeep sander himself is back in the us after a brief audience with pope france at the vatican. vermont independent was invited to take part in an academic conference for abode that advises pope frances. talking with, sanders said beauty resonate ted from the holy father. >> are there pictures or behind closed coo doors. >> it was neither we chose not to do pictures we didn't want anyone to think this was political. >> above politics some believe he was using it as an unorthodox campaign stop with new york primary looming on tuesday. sanders dismissed those claims saying he met with the pope because he respected his work. pope france also commented about the meeting saying it was purely common courtesy. after a the meeting, pope france boarded a en plane for greek island, there, met with refugees trying to migrate into western europe and return to the
vatican with precious cargo. omar reports. >> reporter: pope france visited the greek island today to bring attention to the polite of thousands of refugees forced tr their countries. he toured the more rya refugee dentention center where thousands remained in limbo. a young girl grabbed france hand and kissed it. others fell to their knees and cried as he passed by. one man pleaded with the holy father to help with the refugee children. >> u frances and other spiritual leaders tossed breathes into the sea and praise forb those who died while trying to reach europe. as assign of compassion, france brought back three muslim families including six children to the vat canning. they were forced to flee syria when isis bombed their home.
>> engage himself in finding solution or try to have the solution for this situation. >> reporter: more than a million refugees have arrived in you are open roup since: >> stay with us. still to come tonight on eyewitness news deadly tornado where an enormous twister hit and where the did this toll stands. hundreds of community members together to make a big difference how they are making our city a better place, lauren. chilly start to sunday morning with frost in some sports. we'll talk about your sunday forecast and when to expect near 80 degree temperatures kin your full forecast coming up.
powerful magnitude 7.eight. so far 28 people have been confirmed dead. rescue teams pull the body from the rubble after a bridge collapse. authorities say the airport is closed. the control tower did suffer severe damage. in japan the death toll stands at 41 from a pair of deadly earthquakes, the latest
hit early saturday local time. that 7.zero quake, its believed two do sin people trapped beneath the rubble. that quake was o force shock to today's quake. a giant tornado touched down killing four people there. the tornado hit yesterday in the city of delores which was declared an emergency zone of the the force of the twister was so great it through cars into the air. 200 people were injured. hundreds more homes were damaged. tornadoes are very rare there. back now in the states a spring snow storm colorado take a look hundreds of flights in and out of denver are canceled. cars stranded on highways. bulk of this storm is yet to come. system could deliver an entire month worth of water in some cases even more.
making a difference, hundreds of up community members around philadelphia all took part in the city's spring clean up today. what a beautiful day to do it. anita e takes us there. >> reporter: on any given, focus on the destination. but saturday 700 septa employees focus on a place to begin your trip the place you call home. >> one more example of really giving back to the city that we love. >> reporter: but they're not the only ones volunteering. with shovels in hands hundreds of volunteers are taking part in the city clean up city wide initiative to beauty its community. helping hands across neighborhoods like frankford. >>clued myself i've been out here in these streets we for up
this community its only right we come back and try to build some of the things we destroyed. its important that others understand that we take pride in our community and in tend to keep it clean. i fighting for our right to live in a peace full clean under community. >> we thought important to help clean up and take care of the place where we live. >> reporter: one day at a time one sweep at a time. those in philadelphia are contributing to a culture of clean streets an community they can cherish, anita e cbs3 eyewitness news. >> new tonight community leaders and families gather to support kids and adults with autism and disabilities. eyewitness news dream makers ball this is the organizations fifth anniversary. ukee washington was the emcee at the hyatt at the bell view. create a better world filled with compassion and opportunities for children and
adults with disabilities. ukee looking very taperer. >> he should wear that on the air. >> it was, nobody wanted to go inside today. >> no one wanted to be inside really over the last several days we had the beautiful sunshine fourth sunny day in a row. got to like that t temperatures conducive to being outdoors nice and spring like. warming up to 70s. 60 isn't too bad either for a spring day. 50 degrees right now after topping at 67 degrees today in center city philadelphia. east wind at about eight miles per hour. storm scan 3 showing us the trends of not much going on. a couple of patching clouds moving in across parts of northern new jersey. otherwise clouds well off shore. clear skies up and down i95 corridor keep it nice and year if you are headed to the phillies game tomorrow evening. 71 degrees and sunshine.
cooling quickly with clear skies and light winds. at the end of the game temperatures back in the low singe we have this nice pattern at least for us we have low pressure off to the west, low pressure off to the east. strong high pressure kind of blocking up the weather pattern, but we're bent fitting from that because we are under air of high pressure. dry whether that's going to stick a runed into tomorrow. temperatures right now starting to cool off under. 50 in philly. 55 degrees still fairly mild in allentown. into 40s in mt. pocono. 42 degrees clear skies. light winds. warming up nicely check that out for a sunday, sunshine 72 degrees, really can't beat that for an april day. really all across the region very nice. cooler down the shore tomorrow. northeastly winds keeps that breeze off the ocean. temperatures held back a bit
still a pleasant day. 66 degrees. gorgeous day. high temperature f 67 degrees as we head into monday even warmer climbing up to near 80 degrees the air will be very dry. little toasty by spring sanders at 78 degrees. isolated sprinkle perhaps monday night into early tuesday, week cold front. breeze on tuesday. a bit cooler still mild 67 degrees. really our cool left day of the next seven is 63. right around average for us. because we're back up at 70 on thursday. and next significant rain chance not until next friday. >> oh. great. keep that rain at bay. >> keep the shades on. >> oh yeah. thanks so much, lauren. appreciate it. also bearer of bad news. >> phillies blown out by the marx last night. could could they get one back tonight. we have highlights. you have to see this to believe
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>> down a game to the washington
caps is not the place the flyers wanted to be. down two games is a uphill battle. they were looking photo avoid that. first period flyers actually controlled the pace early carl son he gets the caps on the board first just like game one. caps are up one nothing. jason fires it down the ice and it somehow gets through mason and into the net. take another look. you can try this a million times and not have it go in but here it does. cost the flyers, down two nothing at that point.
late in the second, bora check tries to bring orange and gurak back he scores makes it two one washington not enough offense once again. this is alex, he would get in on the fun making it three one they win four to one. they go up two games to none over the flyers game three is monday night back in philadelphia. more playoff hockey pen against and rangers in pittsburgh this is matt for new york putting it home. score three in the second period. rangers beat up on the pen against four two that series is tied wonk game a piece. remember the 16 strike out performance, feels like weeks ago now, last night jeremy got torched by nationals tonight it was erin's turn, nat strikeing quickly murphy ripping one into the corner. that triple would score one, allowing three run in the first,
allowed five runs in the first and then bryce harper again he hit a home run he blast another one tonight into the upper deck his fifth of the season already. nat up seven nothing. fills get one. he makes it seven one here. but they needed a lot more than that. nationals win eight to one. warriors rocket nba playoffs under way if you can't beat them fight them. he started it, he strips harden here, puts it to andre on the break that would put the warriors up by 26 in the first half. on the play curry would tweak his ankle he leaves, would return, questionable curry says he's fine and he will play game two. warriors below out the rockets. fight fight fight for the cherry and white. we got a taste of fall on north broad street today.
temple owls held their annual cherry and white game. giving fans glimpse of the future. matt rhule showed off top recruits. top returning players from last year's team that had a break out campaign. owls finished the year 10 and four over all and seven and one in the aac. cherry and white to blew and white. penn state had their spring game as well new quarterback leading the way for franklin. how about this turn out. 65 thousand fans showing up for a scrimmage gain. from penn state to ohio state, that's jerome baker, big interception. got to be those sticky gloves, you can really catch anything with those. but, football is back already,? >> i mean we bear hl a break. i guess its all-sh. >> its never a break i'm glad. i love football.
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